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A tiny, automatic camera and app that gives you a searchable and shareable photographic memory.
A tiny, automatic camera and app that gives you a searchable and shareable photographic memory. Born Memoto, now Narrative Clip.
A tiny, automatic camera and app that gives you a searchable and shareable photographic memory. Born Memoto, now Narrative Clip.
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2,871 backers pledged $550,189 to help bring this project to life.

$150,000 Stretch Goal Reached!!!

Wow! Thank you all for helping us reach this goal in one day.

This means that all our backers get to vote on another color to add to the Memoto camera lineup. This color will be exclusive to the Kickstarter community.

Tomorrow we will announce another stretch goal, so stay tuned and leave your suggestions in the comment section!


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    1. Callum Atchison on October 24, 2012

      Two-tone green and black.

    2. Womers on October 24, 2012

      This GIF made is all worth it! :) Congrats on both goals! Can't wait to get my Memoto!

    3. Jørgen Færevaag on October 24, 2012

      Speaking of color: I'd like a transparent camera. Made of glass. Would look awesome!

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      edworthy on October 23, 2012

      Would hope the next stretch goal includes hardware upgrades, such as;

      - even better camera sensor... would be nice!
      - access to an internal micro sd for additional storage while still keeping the external case sealed
      - ability to change the rate of images taken... from one image a second through to one image an hour!
      - perhaps a "shake" to take a photo immediately and to then reset the timer interval between images
      - implement a mode that uses the GPS/accelerometer to alter the rate of images taken
      depending on activity... rapid movement or sudden deceleration increases rate of pictures, lack of
      movement/activity decreases the rate of images.

      Add any additional sensors that you can fit and increase the data logging fun! A bluetooth module would be great for pairing a heartbeat monitor or I read someone else asking for some environmental sensors like temperature and barometric pressure. More the merrier... if possible.

      As for colour choice I'm all for a transparent or frosted colour option.... maybe a dark bottle green so it looks like jade with a hint of the components inside. Or a very pale blue frosted case so the Memoto looks as though it is encased in ice.

      Look forward to seeing what you guys can squeeze out of this! Thanks.

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      Alphus on October 23, 2012

      Dark blue, definitely

    6. TychoQuad on October 23, 2012

      With all the circuitry up the top of the device, I think TRANSPARENT would look fantastic!

    7. Kodi on October 23, 2012

      Black seems like a good addition to the standard color choices

    8. LucB on October 23, 2012

      Although I love black, you can't really use it in this case. The darker the color, the warmer it gets when used outdoors in the sun. And lets face it, that's where this would excel: bikerides, hikes, strolling ... If it gets too warm, battery life decreases and some internal components might suffer over time as well. In that sense I would go for something that reflects more sunlight such as metallic silver.
      I'm much more interested in features than colors: we still don't know what camera you're using but more money means you can get a better lens/sensor, better low-light conditions etc ...

    9. Sean Slater on October 23, 2012

      Black sounds good.

    10. Joakim Jardenberg on October 23, 2012

      Next stretch - sound, please!

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      william hoyle on October 23, 2012

      Black for me too !

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      Miguel Reznicek on October 23, 2012

      Just make sure it has excellent low light performance.

    13. Justin Edmund on October 23, 2012

      Red would be wonderful! Let's make these guys vibrant!

    14. Per Mosseby on October 23, 2012

      Black is a pretty good idea, actually.